Building Bots Part 1

Building Bots Part 1

In this episode of Visual Studio Toolbox, Robert Green talks to Sam Basu about what it takes to build a bot. A bot is software... Details
Five Things About GitHub

Five Things About GitHub

Phil Haack joins John Papa on this week's FIVE THINGS to talk about (more than) five things about GitHub. Links from the show: Ignore white... Details
What’s New in CosmosDB?

What’s New in CosmosDB?

Fresh off the Connect() 2018 conference, here's a video summarizing what's new in CosmosDB for developers. In case you're not aware of Cosmos DB, Azure... Details
What’s New in C# 8.0?

What’s New in C# 8.0?

Several new language features are coming to C# in the next release, included in Visual Studio 2019. The one and only Mads Torgersen provides a... Details
Creating, Running & Debugging with Raspberry Pi Hardware from VS

Creating, Running & Debugging with Raspberry Pi Hardware from VS

In the second episode of this series, Dmitry and Suz Hinton cover the development process for deploying and debugging your very first Windows IoT Core... Details
Open Source Project Spotlight: Binomial and Bionic Pancreas

Open Source Project Spotlight: Binomial and Bionic Pancreas

Stephanie Hurlburt, Binomial co-founder, joins Scott Hanselman to talk about their current projects. Stephanie covers the differences between CPU and GPU, how Binomial balances open... Details
Getting Started with Windows IoT

Getting Started with Windows IoT

In the first episode of this series, Dmitry and his guest Suz Hinton introduce Windows IoT Core as a way of building applications for IoT... Details
History of .NET

History of .NET

Richard Campbell, co-host of .NET Rocks reviews the history of .NET, the subject of a book he is working on. Starting with why .NET was... Details
IoT and .NET with Bryan Costanich

IoT and .NET with Bryan Costanich

Is .NET ready for the Internet of Things? Carl and Richard talk to Bryan Costanich about the current state of IoT and how his startup... Details
Humanitarian Toolbox with Bill Wagner

Humanitarian Toolbox with Bill Wagner

Humanitarian Toolbox (HTBox) is a charity supporting disaster relief organizations with open source software and services. They are a community of developers, designers, testers, and industry professionals... Details